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Myth Personification Poems

These Myth Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about Myth. These are the best examples of Personification Myth poems written by international poets.


Wedding ring in tail
Monkey wedded a baboon
in the Banana temple it was
squirrel was presiding clergy

Monkey sat and meditated;
“No, to a ring in my fingers
My toes are dirty and...

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Categories: myth, satire, wedding,



From Medusa To Madonna PART I


Faultless art is ceased in silence
Quite often curious how achieved
Never a month a year ever deep
Stories never apprise as much
Sculptures an paintings score

Medusa a fallen...

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Categories: art,

Mythopoeia Mythology

Freedom an ancient mythology, If call non
Then no never a phenomena of such be
Never any free, nor certainty, nor life be
It is a moral human...

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Categories: freedom, god, love,

Great Horned Owl
Hoo H'hoo's!  Hoo H'hoo's!
My nocturnal catch in the bacyard has been a feast 
One good hold and the rodent is put to rest
With unwarranted...

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Categories: allusion, bird, evil, myth,

Premium Member Draconem the Dragon
Draconem

Away from human eyes
I fly across the sky
High above the floating clouds

Some think I'm a myth, but I'm as real as you

As I roar steam...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fantasy,

Narwhal And a Narwhal-Contest
Narwhal And A Narwhal

Saw the caption of a narwhal and reflected over it
A room for warrior community of north India in poesy?
Was intrigued by the...

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Categories: betrayal, fish, freedom, myth,

QUEEN OF BOTH LIGHTS
QUEEN OF BOTH LIGHTS

Ah yes....Venus! Queen of both evening and first light.
Air of my breath, blood of my heart, 
cause of my sight.
If from stardust...

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© Edlynn Nau  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, creation, myth, planet,



Cocoon
The Cocoon.
 The Inner woman was a myth in eyes of the oppressed
 Limited to one
 To one that gives her life
 The layers of...

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Categories: africa, black african american,

Life's Paradox



Seeing yourself through
     A full-length mirror
Through the endless deed
            Of...

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Categories: age, allegory, birthday, books,

DISTANCE
Sometimes I still use a cordless house phone. 
When I call her I imagine her wrapping an invisible cord around her finger 
as if she...

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Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, life, loss, love,

All I Ever Want
I have this image
of Him and me
in a pasture.

It is bordered on one side by a wall of stones,
dug up from the soil by generations...

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© don munro  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: faith, happiness,

Life's Paradox
Seeing yourself threw
A full length mirror
Threw the endless deed
Of time
Today, a mere reflection
Of yesterdays' dreams'
Todays' curtains'
Yet to be opened
Dark, oh so misty
Reality is only a...

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Categories: uplifting

butterfly
Butterfly, your beauty shifted persuasively
no one dares to paraphrase your mystery
your rebirth is your unspoken myth
you are the beauty that is left behind

your body is...

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© Mony Reyna  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: inspirationalbeauty, beauty,


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